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July 10, 2021 in

Trucking Accidents in West Virginia

While tractor-trailers provide a much-needed service to businesses in every state there are risks inherent to tractor-trailers. A fully loaded tractor-trailer can weigh as much as 80,000 pounds and is obviously larger than typical passenger vehicles. Due to their size, the amount of time spent on the road and the frequency they are driven,...
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Birth Injuries in West Virginia

While giving birth to a child in West Virginia and across the United States normally occur with no problems, birth injuries do happen every day despite receiving adequate medical care. Birth injuries can occur due to the failure of a doctor or medical staff to take proper precautions or provide the level of expected...
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What should I do following a motor vehicle accident?

After being involved in a motor vehicle accident, the at fault party’s insurance company quickly acts to try and ruin any claim you may have. In order to prevent this, it is imperative that you preserve any and all evidence right away. Important evidence to collect and/or preserve are: police investigation reports, accident site...
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How long do I have to file a claim in West Virginia following a motor vehicle accident?

After being involved in a serious motor vehicle accident, the last thing you want to worry about is taking legal action. However, for some, there is no other option. Typically, personal injury lawsuits are pursued in cases of egregious negligence or carelessness leading to an injury that ultimately requires medical care and/or rehabilitation. While...
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